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Learning About Bees

Kids Learning October 11, 2013

The Africanized Honeybee is no more harmful than the common honeybee (whom they resemble) but they are highly aggressive. They become infuriated easily and will swarm on a perceived danger to deliver hundreds of stings. Whereas the European bee will defend a territory of 350-450 yards, the Africanized version will defend its territory up to […]

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Whats A Blue Moon

Kids Learning October 11, 2013

Have you ever heard anyone say something only happened “once in a blue moon”? Did you know what they meant? A “blue moon” is when one month of the year has two full moons in it, like January of 1999 which had a full moon on January 1 and another on January 31. Because the […]

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Life On Mars

Kids Learning October 11, 2013

No, it’s not little green men. A team of NASA scientists has made a discovery that suggests that primitive life may have existed on Mars more than 3.6 billion years ago. The team of scientists found many pieces of evidence, including possible fossils, that suggests that microscopic, bacteria-like organisms once lived on the planet. The […]

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60-ways-to-say-‘well-done’

Kids Learning October 9, 2013

That\’s super Spot on I like it Super stuff Really great What a good try Brilliant Clever (boy/girl) I\’m impressed What a brainwave You do work well Very imaginative Nice try That\’s good work Superb Well remembered Good logic Excellent work Good thinking You\’re a star You are doing well Great try Quick thinking Well […]

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Seven wonders of ancient world

Kids Learning October 9, 2013

The ancient Greeks loved to compile lists of the marvellous structures in their world. Though we think of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World as a single list today, there were actually a number of lists compiled by different Greek writers. Antipater of Sidon, and Philon of Byzantium, drew up two of the most […]

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THE SOLAR SYSTEM

Kids Learning October 9, 2013

THE SOLAR SYSTEM MERCURY Mercury is the first planet from the sun, 36 million miles away from the sun and it has no moons. It is a small, rocky planet and very hot. It has dusty surface filled with craters. Mercury looks a lot like Earth’s moon. A year is 88 days long and one […]

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Oil Paintings

Kids Learning October 8, 2013

Oil Paintings Oil Paintings Painting with oils is a very fulfilling and relaxing hobby. So, if the only brush you’ve ever held in your hand is a hairbrush but you’re willing to learn or teach your child, read on. One doesn’t need to be a talented artist in order to paint with oils. Anyone with […]

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Barcodes

Kids Learning October 8, 2013

Barcodes Barcodes When you checkout from a supermarket, the person at the counter checks all that you have bought by flashing a small light at a set of lines marked somewhere on every item. How does this system of checking work? A barcode is machine-readable information. It allows data to be collected accurately and rapidly […]

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History of Glass

Kids Learning October 8, 2013

History of Glass Although known to man for ages, glass is a transparent beauty that fascinates us even today. How did man discover the process of making glass? How is glass shaped? Have you ever wondered where glass comes from? Today, all the glass we see around us is manufactured in factories. We take glass […]

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History of Salt

Kids Learning October 8, 2013

History of Salt For most of us today salt is just another condiment. But historically, the innocuous looking white granular substance we know today as “salt” has been essential to life in many ways. Chemically, salt is a mineral called “Sodium Chloride” (NaCl). Commonly called edible salt, table salt or just salt, it is one […]

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History of Chocolate

Kids Learning October 8, 2013

Chocolate through the years The story of chocolate began with the discovery of America. Till 1492, world knew nothing at all about the delicious and stimulating flavour that has today become the favourite of millions. You guessed it; we are talking about chocolates. Spain was the first to get the whiff of it. The court […]

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Rain and Floods

Kids Learning October 8, 2013

Rain and Floods How does rain form? Water droplets form from warm air. As the warm air rises in the sky it cools. Water vapor (invisible water in the air) always exists in our air. Warm air holds quite a bit of water. For example, in the summer it is usually very humid. When enough […]

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What does our tri-colour stand for?

Kids Learning October 7, 2013

What does our tri-colour stand for? Like our country, our national flag also has a history. Let us salute the flag. Our tri-colour flag was born on July 22, 1947 in the Constituent Assembly, a few days before the country gained Independence. Our flag has three stripes of equal width, the top being saffron (kesari), […]

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The Postal System

Kids Learning October 7, 2013

The Postal System How does mail reach from one place to another? Have you ever thought how a letter travels thousands of miles before reaching its final destination? This journey covered by a letter is extremely fascinating .So read on to know more about the process through which we receive a letter sent to us. […]

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The digestive process

Kids Learning October 7, 2013

The digestive process – what you eat and where it goes? Have you ever thought about how the meals you eat provide energy? It’s lunch break in school. You are sitting with your friends and enjoying the tiffin packed by your mom. A few idlis, chicken sandwiches or fruits – by the time you finish […]

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Did you know who was the first Indian female graduate?

Kids Learning October 7, 2013

Did you know who was the first Indian female graduate? Girls often surpass boys in school examinations. They also excel in the field of sports and performing arts. But, here we tell you about a period in the history of pre-Independent India when girls were not even allowed inside schools and colleges. Parents in India […]

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  • Kids Modelling Agency

    by on September 12, 2013 - 0 Comments

    Kids modelling agency is a company that represents child models,kid models, toddlers, babies, pre teen models, teen models to work for the fashion and modelling industry. A child model or a kid model refers to a child who is employed to advertise , display and promote commercial products or to serve as a subject of […]

  • Kids modelling agency in Delhi

    Create the Best Modelling Portfolio

    by on May 9, 2014 - 3 Comments

    Metropolitan cities Mumbai and New Delhi are the hubs for kids modelling in India. Due to this, the best modelling portfolio, whether for child or adult, can be created in either of the two cities. Most of the well known fashion designers, top production houses and models are present in this city, as a result […]

  • Mickey Mouse

    by on October 18, 2013 - 0 Comments

    Mickey Mouse Mickey Mouse – the one mouse anyone would love to have scurrying about their house, is undoubtedly the most popular cartoon character to date. Did you know that the creation of Mickey Mouse is what made Walt Disney so successful? When Walt was 26 years old, he was returning home by train with […]

  • Toys

    by on October 28, 2013 - 0 Comments

    Toys Its time for toys. Kids all time favorite toys are being manufactured by popular toy makers. Toys for little boys are somewhat different from the little girls toys. Hot toys are fun to play with and they are always ready to entertain kids with their uniqueness. Lets find out such toys. Fisher-Price T.M.X. Elmo, […]

  • Footwear Facts

    by on October 28, 2013 - 0 Comments

    Footwear Facts Sandals originated in warm climates where the soles of the feet needed protection but the top of the foot needed to be cool. 4,000 years ago the first shoes were made of a single piece of rawhide that enveloped the foot for both warmth and protection. In Europe pointed toes on shoes were […]

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